Saqiba Suleman, born in 1984 and raised in Hasilpur, Punjab, is a seasoned artist who accomplished her master’s degree in fine arts from the College of Art & Design, Punjab University in 2005, earning a gold medal for her exceptional achievement. With four solo exhibitions and multiple groups shows across Pakistan, Dubai, and London, Saqiba’s work resonates internationally. Her artistic creations have graced the pages of prestigious magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar India and Verve Magazine India. Notably, her painting adorned the cover of the award-winning author Anurada D. Rajukar’s book “AMERICAN BETIYA,” published by Penguin Books USA. Her distinctive style primarily revolves around oil and acrylic on canvas, often portraying figurative poses with impactful floral visual elements.
Saqiba work is about her vision of how a character might appear and the story behind the character. Saqiba bring that character to life based on how She pictured her in her mind after reading books and novels at teenage. She often finds herself moved emotionally by visualization projects outcomes. Why? because they carry the promise of rendering the phenomena that are beyond the scale of human senses into something that is within our reach, something visible and tangible?